Best of the Canadian Rockies – 12 Day Supported2022-11-19T06:11:51+00:00

The Best of the Canadian Rockies – 12 Day Supported

On this mountain motorcycle tour it’s time to rediscover the roads, rivers, and vineyards of Western Canada! Starting and finishing in Kelowna, this looped tour joins the best motorcycle roads from BC and Alberta with boutique lodging to rekindle your appreciation of these rugged landscapes. This tour runs with a guide on motorcycle and a chase vehicle.


CAD $9,995

per person





DISTANCE 2400 km / 1500 mi

PAVED 100%


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CAD$9,995 with BMW F750GS (Regular or lowered) and Shared Accommodations


  • Passenger price +CAD $6,995

  • BMW R1250GS +CAD $495

  • Solo Room: +CAD $1,695

  • Discount for own bike: Remove CAD $1650

Use our BMWs or bring your own bike to save even more.


  • All highlights as noted

  • 11 nights accommodation

  • All breakfasts

  • All lunches and dinners on riding days
  • Guide on motorcycle
  • Park entrance fees and tolls
  • Airport transfers
  • Motorcycle rental with basic insurance

  • Dedicated office staff for trip planning
  • Road book for day-to-day routing
  • The BEST welcome pack in the motorcycle touring world!
See full list in Terms and Conditions


  • Visas, pre-trip medical items, trip & medical insurance

  • Personal travel to or from Tour
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Fuel
  • Staff and local guide gratuities


July 19 – 30 | Open
August 16 – 27 | Open
September 13 – 24 | Open

July 17 – 28 | Open
August 14 – 25 | Open
September 11 – 22 | Open



No riding.
Accommodation in hotel.

Welcome to the British Columbia’s beautiful Okanagan valley – a restful expanse of vineyards, orchards, lakes, and mountains. This semi-arid desert, with towns like Osoyoos, Penticton, Summerland, Peachland and Kelowna, all thrive because of abundant summer sun.

This area even holds the record for the warmest average daytime temperature in Canada, and claims second place for the area of least precipitation in Canada outside the Arctic! Perfect motorcycle riding weather. We hope you will join to to explore.

Arrival in Kelowna. We will arrange for your pickup from the airport and brought to our hotel. Our first meeting will be at 3pm to go over any paperwork for the trip and to make introductions to your fellow riders and crew.


Accommodation near Nelson.

Easy day to start our journey as we leave the Okanagan Lake and her orchards, heading east over the Monashee Pass. We take the Needles Ferry to Nakusp and loop around several provincial parks before reaching Nelson for the night.


Accommodation near Banff

Another free ferry and one of the top-rated motorcycle roads in western Canada greet us on this day, our longest riding day of the trip. Stopping near the German-themed town of Kimberly for lunch, then north to Kootenay National Park, over the continental divide and onto a late afternoon arrival into Banff.


Rest or Ride
Accommodation near Banff

Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park, established in 1885. This rest day is available to visit the Banff Gondola, shop in town, treat yourself to lunch or tea in the Banff Springs Hotel, or walk on the well-marked paths running beside the turquoise Bow River. Other options include horseback riding, whitewater rafting, canoeing (known as the Bow River float), hiking, caving, hot springs, or fishing.

If you want to ride on your own, there is the Golden Triangle (5 hrs, 380kms) or if weather permits go east toward Calgary and swing over the Highwood Pass, Canada’s highest paved road (5 hrs, 300 kms). For those interested in a longer day, one can ride to the world-famous Royal Tyrell Dinosaur Museum in Drumheller (6 hrs, 520 kms).



Rest or Ride
Accommodation near Banff

The Icefields Parkway between Banff and Jasper is a world class stunner, and National Geographic has called it ‘One of the World’s Most Spectacular Drives’. Less than 300 kms separate the two national parks, but the ride will take most of the day due to scenic mountains and jade-coloured lakes as backdrops for photos, including Lake Louise. We will visit the Athabasca Glacier and take a tour up onto the glacier sheet, as well as check in at Athabasca Falls. It is best not to rush this one and we will arrive in Jasper in late afternoon. Those interested in some more local visiting will go with the guide to check out Maligne Lake. We will sleep in Jasper, a very walkable, small town that has a great little museum!


Mt Robson to Clearwater
Accommodation near Clearwater

Soon after leaving Jasper we get to the Yellowhead pass, and return to the province of British Columbia, and in less than an hour we will arrive at the Mt Robson Visitor Centre, allowing us to appreciate the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies, and the headwaters of the mighty Fraser River. Continuing through Valemount and Blue River, we will sneak our way to near Hwy 97 to take a refreshing swim and end the day by  sitting around a roaring campfire.


Accommodation near Whistler

Leaving early to make the most of this day, we get to experience the majestic Duffy Lakes Road on the way to Whistler, the site of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. We plan to arrive in the early afternoon, to allow some exploring of the nearby mountains for hiking, photography, or wandering the town.


Rest or Ride
Accommodation near Whistler

Our hotel is in the middle of town, so all options are open for you today. Walk on the paths to Lost or Alta Lakes, hike on the local mountains, or rent a bike and thrill yourself at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. Take the Peak-to-Peak Gondola for sky high views, or hop on the motorcycle and head back north to Pemberton and Lillooet for a repeat of yesterday’s twisty roads. Great dining and pub options for us this night.


Accommodation near Vancouver

Today is the most well-known driving road in BC, the Sea to Sky Highway, Highway 99. For us we will be going from Sky to Sea, as we descend from the mountains on oceanside, twisty roads, finishing with a loop of Stanley Park in Vancouver before checking into the hotel. The road is not long, less than 150 kms, but we will be sure stop at our favourite rest and photo stops to ensure you can document this day’s rides for your friends.

DAY 10

Rest or Ride
Accommodation near Vancouver

Consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the world, a day off here has unlimited potential. Those who want to ride can make the double assent of the North Shore mountains of Cypress and Seymour mountains for breathtaking views of the city and ocean. City-aficionados can take the water taxi to Granville Island and the boutique shops there, or the up class shopping on nearby downtown, Gastown, Yaletown, or Kitsilano. Beach lovers only have to walk across the road to get to the beach!

DAY 11

Othello Tunnels
Accommodation in Kelowna

Our last riding day brings us through the fertile Fraser Valley, and a stop at Othello Tunnels. These tunnels were cut from the granite cliffs in 1914 by the Canadian Pacific Railway connecting the Kootenays to the coast. Five impressive tunnels were cut out as part of the Kettle Valley Railway grade.

Our last stretch will continue over the Coquihalla highway, and back down to Lake Okanagan and Kelowna. We will check in the bikes, get cleaned up and head out with your new riding friends for one last great meal.

DAY 12

Fly Out

Breakfast at your leisure and check out by 10am. We will transfer to you the airport for your flight home, or help with any additional travel needs. Why not rent the bike for a few more days and explore more? We are happy to help make all the details.


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